Launching a WordPress Product in Public

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 12

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Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. They discuss the current state of WordPress, its future, and what it means for WordPress professionals. Discover the top takeaways for developers, designers, and business owners in the WordPress ecosystem. Expect to gain insights on navigating the evolving WordPress landscape and staying ahead of the game.

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 9

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Corey Maass and Cory Miller continue the development of their new WordPress plugin, Crop.Express. In this conversation, they share their experiences and challenges in creating the plugin, including the importance of user feedback and testing. They also talk about their decision to make the plugin open-source, the potential benefits of doing so, and the importance of community involvement in the process.

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 6

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Transcript ↓ Learn from Corey Maass, a master of WordPress plugins and apps, and Cory Miller, a marketing, business, and WordPress experience guru. The two discuss the intimacies of partnering on a product and how solopreneurs can benefit from support.…

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 5

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In this episode, Corey Maass and Cory Miller discuss a range of topics related to the development of their new product Crop.Express,  including the importance of empathy in designing user interfaces, the challenges of marketing and selling products, and the need for developers to collaborate with others and develop non-technical skills. They each share their experiences from working on various projects over the years and offer insights and advice based on these experiences.

Launching a WordPress Product in Public: Session 1

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Corey Maass and Cory Miller go live to discuss the creation and launch of a WordPress product they have partnered to build. Crop.Express originated as a solution to a common problem Maass experienced. Miller loved the idea and wondered how to build this into a plugin to solve problems within the WordPress workflow. This is a candid conversation about the evolution of partnering to develop a WordPress product.
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